Lockharts

1715 Jacob

by Isabelle S. Lockhart

Updated 29 Dec 2013.

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Early 18th Century

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–

Jacob Lockhart (b.1715-d.abt.1783),

* “Jacob Lockhart’s brother James, the immigrant, was a prominent man in Augusta County and left numerous descendants.” [Mississippi Society DAR Geneological Records, Vol. 1, 1970, pp.118-124]

+ m. 1738, Mary (b.1720-d.1772).

* 1742 Oct 6-7–William Beverley of Essex County, Gent., to Jacob Lockhart of Orange County, planter. Lease and release; for 15 pounds current money . . . 436 acres in Beverley Manor. [Dorman, Orange Co., Virginia Deed Books, 1741-1743, p.42]

* 1742–List of Deeds–List made by William Beverly on his manor, the number of acres and the name of the person to whom sold between the years 1738 and 1744: . . . Jacob Lockhart, 436 acres, Oct.1742. [Peyton, History of Augusta County, Virginia, pp.327-328]

* 1742–Augusta County Militia–Capt. John Wilson’s Company No. 7: . . . Jas. Lockard, . . . Jacob Lockhart.” [Crozier, Virginia Colonial Militia, p.93]

* 1753 Mar 21–(414) John Buchanan . . . Jacob Lockhart . . . James Young . . . Wm. Ledgerwood . . . John Campbell . . . –to keep road formerly laid off from James Young’s Mill to said Buchanan’s Mill. [Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Court Records of Augusta County]

* 1753–Jacob Lockhart and Mary to Samuel Sprowl, 210 acres in Beverley Manor.

* 1755 Apr 1–Jacob Lockhart, plantationer, to James Clerk/Clark, wheelwright, 17 pounds, 436 acres on which Jacob now lives in Beverley Manor, on Back Creek; said James Clerk/Clark’s line; corner Glebe land; James Berry’s line; James Young’s line. Mortgage. Teste: James Goodly, John Jones, William Clerk/Clark. Delivered: John Clerk/Clark, March 1758.

* 1767 May 19–(64) Jacob Lockhart qualifies admr. (administrator) of his brother, Charles.

* 1768 Mar 18–(522) Jurors: James Turk, James Callison, Saml. McClure, Saml. Lawrence, James Beats, Wm. McCutcheon, Francis Stuart, Wm. Moore, James McCain, Wm. Craddock, Wm. Christian, JACOB LOCKHART, Nicholas Leahorn, Jr.

* 1772 Aug–John Stewart vs. Jacob Lockhart’s Executors.–Petition, 1769. Account for tailoring in 1765. [Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Court Records of Augusta County]

* 1771–Will of Jacob, signed 30 Jan 1771, probated 15 Apr 1783, Augusta County, Virginia, names as Jacob’s children: James, Jacob, Jane, Elizabeth “Elce”, Levy, and son-in-law Mathew Arbuckle. [There is a claim of other children for Jacob Lockhart, which is difficult to verify since they were not listed in this Jacob's will.]

Will of Jacob Lockhart, Augusta County, Virginia:

“I Jacob Lockhart in Beverly Manor in the County of Augusta in the Colony of Virginia, being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God; therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will and testament; that is to say, principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and for my body I recommend it to the Earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner at the discretion of my Executors, not doubting at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God.

“As touching my worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life, I give, devise, and dispose of the same in the following manner of form:

“Imprimus: It is my will and I do order that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid and satisfied.

“Item: I give and bequeath to my son JAMES LOCKHART £10 current money of Virginia, to be paid by my son Jacob Lockhart five years after my decease. I likewise order that my son James Lockhart be allowed a living on the upper part of my Plantation if he should be drove from his home by the Indians, for the term of five years. And I likewise…to leave the fences in good repair at the expiration of the said term.

“Item: I give and bequeath to my second son JACOB LOCKHART all that part of my land lying and being on the South side of the back creek.

“Item: I give and bequeath to my youngest son LEVY LOCKHART all the remainder part of my land lying and being on the Northwest side of the back creek but if the said Levy Lockhart should die in his non age, the said land to go and be possessed by my second son Jacob Lockhart.

“Provided my son Jacob Lockhart pay or cause to be paid to my two daughters JANE LOCKHART and ELIZABETH (ELCE) LOCKHART £15 Virginia currency to each of them, the time of payment to be at the discretion of my executors.

“I likewise constitute and appoint my well beloved friends John Moffett and my son-in-law MATHEW ARBUCKLE my only and sole executors of this my last will and testament. Wills and legacies executed by me in any ways before this time named will and bequests ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament.

“In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 30th day of January 1771. Signed, Sealed, Published and pronounced and delivered by the said Jacob Lockhart as his last will and testament in the presence of us the subscribers. /S/ Jacob Lockhart [Wit:] William Mitchell, John Kirkpatrick, Robert Clark”

* Children of Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772):

+ 1. Lt. James Lockhart (b.1740)  [Continued below]

+ 2. Jacob Lockhart, Jr. (b.abt.1742)  [Continued below]

+ 3. Jane Lockhart (b.abt.1744); m. Mathew ARBUCKLE  [Continued below]

+ 4. Elizabeth (Elce) Lockhart (b.abt.1745); m. 1759, William WARD  [Continued below]

+ 5. Levy Lockhart (b.abt.1765)  [Continued below]

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Mid 18th Century

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–

1. Lt. James Lockhart (b.1740-d.1805), lived in Virginia,

* Son of Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772).

+ 1m. 1763, Polly MITCHELL.

+ 2m. abt.1779, Rachel TOTTEN (b. 4 Mar 1747) in Virginia.

* 1763–”James Lockhart, soldier in Capt. Alexr. Sayer’s Company of Rangers before 1763, until discharged. Greenbrier County, 21 Mar 1780.” [Crozier, Virginia Colonial Militia, p.55]

* 1775-1781–James Lockhart was a patriot and an Indian scout in the American Revolution. [Swanson Banner Lockhart (1906-1986), Lockhart Roots, The Descendants of James Lockhart in America, 1986]

* 1800–James Lockhart was a member of the first grand jury of Tazewell County, Virginia.

* 1804–Appointed Lieutenant in the First Battalion, 112th Regiment of Militia. [John Newton H., The Annals of Tazewell County, Virginia, W.C. Hill Printing, Richmond, Virginia,1922-25]

* 1805–James was killed by Indians.

* Children of Lt. James Lockhart (b.1740-d.1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell:

+ 1. William Mitchell Lockhart (b.1765)  [Continued below]

+ 2. Charles Lockhart (b.1768)  [Continued below]

+ 3. Benjamin Lockhart (b.1769)  [Continued below]

* Children of Lt. James Lockhart (b.1740-d.1805) and (2m.abt.1779) Rachel Totten (b.1747):

+ 4. Margaret Lockhart (b.1780)  [Continued below]

+ 5. Rachel Lockhart (b.abt.1783)  [Continued below]

+ 6. Bird Lockhart (b.19 Sep 1787)  [Continued below]

+ 7. Charity Lockhart (b.abt.1794)  [Continued below]

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2. Jacob Lockhart, Jr. (b.abt.1742), lived in Virginia,

* [The 1742 birthdate for Jacob Lockhart, Jr. was 1985 information supplied by Mrs. Patsy Szaloy in New Mexico to Swanson Banner Lockhart, author of “Lockhart Roots”, in Florida.]

* Son of Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772).

+ m. Elizabeth.

* 1774–“Lord Dunmore’s War – Captain Stewart’s Company: Jacob Lockhart, on Comd.” [Crozier, "Virginia Colonial Militia," p.86]

* 1776 Jul 17, Wed.–Meeting–Ordered, that a warrant issue to Lt. Andrew Wallace for the use of Joseph Lapsley for £3.9 for sundries furnished Capt. Posey’s Company and for use of JACOB LOCKHART, £4 for riding express on public service. [Journal of the Council of the State of Virginia, pp.72-73]

* 1783 May 27–Jacob Lockhart, Jr., of Greenbrier County, Virginia (now WV) granted power of attorney ‘to my trusty friend, William Jamison’ to convey title of land he held in Augusta County, Virginia, which adjoined lands of Peter Hanger and Robert Clark.

* Children of Jacob Lockhart, Jr. (b.abt.1742) and Elizabeth:

+ 1. Charles Lockhart, lived in Kentucky.

+ 2. James Lockhart, lived in Kentucky.

+ 3. John Lockhart – This John Lockhart received land in Kentucky from his father [Augusta County Court Records] and John lived on this land in Kentucky. This John is another individual, separate from the John listed previously as John Moore Lockhart. John Moore Lockhart (or, 1766 John Lockhart) and descendants have been disjoined from “1715 Jacob Descent”.

Previously indicated as the son of Jacob, Jr. (or Jacob II), John Moore Lockhart (b. 6 Aug 1766) was not a son of Jacob Lockhart. His connection to the family unknown, he is a separate individual from the John presently listed as son of Jacob, Jr. The John Lockhart, born 1766 in Hampshire County, Virginia, did not even have a middle name, and never left the state of Virginia. He moved from Hampshire County, Virginia to Harrison County, Virginia. Then Wood County was formed and John lived in Wood County, Virginia the rest of his life. John died in what is now Wirt County, West Virginia. [2008 info. from James Lemuel Lockhart, GGG Grandson of John Lockhart (1766-1832)]

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3. Jane Lockhart (b.abt.1744-d.1781), lived in Virginia,

* Daughter of Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772).

+ m. Mathew ARBUCKLE.
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4. Elizabeth (Elce) Lockhart (b.abt.1745), lived in Augusta County, Virginia,

* Daughter of Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772).

+ m. 1759, William WARD.
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5. Levy / Levi Lockhart (b.abt.1765-d.1825),

* Born in Virginia; married in Mercer, Kentucky; died in Kentucky.

* Son of Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772).

* Levy moved from Virginia to Kentucky. Levy’s son, Levy Peters Lockhart, moved from Kentucky to Texas.

* [The 1765 birthdate for Levy Lockhart was 1985 information supplied by Mrs. Patsy Szaloy in New Mexico to Swanson Banner Lockhart, author of “Lockhart Roots”, in Florida.]

+ m. 13 Nov 1788, Hannah PETERS, in Kentucky, U.S.A.

* Children of Levy Lockhart (b.abt.1765-d.1825) and (m.1788) Hannah Peters:

+ 1. Polly Lockhart (b.1790)  [Continued below]

+ 2. Richard Lockhart (b.1792)  [Continued below]

+ 3. Levy Peters Lockhart (b.abt.1794)  [Continued below]

+ (2 sons and 3 daughters)

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Late 18th Century

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–

1. William Mitchell Lockhart (b.1765-d.27 Aug 1830),

* Born in Virginia; died in Honaker, Virginia.

* Son of Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell.

* William Mitchell Lockhart bought 140 acres of land in Honaker, Virginia and built a log cabin in the early 1800s. He also worked in pottery.

+ m. 1796, Catherine “Caley” SCOTT (b.1777-d.4 Feb 1855),

* Caley was born in Russell County, Virginia; died in Bedford County, Virginia.

* Children of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855):

+ 1. Mary “Polly” Lockhart (b.1797)  [Continued below]

+ 2. Rebecca Lockhart (b.1802)  [Continued below]

+ 3. John W. Lockhart (b.27 Oct 1803)  [Continued below]

+ 4. Lucretia “Lucy” Lockhart (b.1804)  [Continued below]

+ 5. James Carter Lockhart (b.1805)  [Continued below]

+ 6. Elizabeth Lockhart (b.1810)  [Continued below]

+ 7. Sarah “Sallie” Lockhart (b.1812).

+ 8. Dorcas Lockhart (b.1812)  [Continued below]

+ 9. William Mitchell Lockhart, Jr. (b.16 Apr 1819)  [Continued below]

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2. Charles Lockhart (b.1768),

* Son of Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell.
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3. Benjamin Lockhart (b.1769),

* Son of Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell.
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  • (Unknown connection to family) James Lockhart?–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (2m.abt.1779) Rachel Totten (b.1747)–

4. Margaret Lockhart (b.1780),

* Daughter of Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (2m.abt.1779) Rachel Totten (b.1747).
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5. Rachel Lockhart (b.abt.1783),

* Daughter of Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (2m.abt.1779) Rachel Totten (b.1747).
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6. Bird Lockhart (b.19 Sep 1787),

* Son of Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (2m.abt.1779) Rachel Totten (b.1747).
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7. Charity Lockhart (b.abt.1794),

* Daughter of Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (2m.abt.1779) Rachel Totten (b.1747).

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  • (Unknown connection to family) James Lockhart?–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Levy Lockhart (b.abt.1765-d.1825) and (m.1788) Hannah Peters–

1. Polly Lockhart (b.1790),

* Daughter of Levy Lockhart (b.abt.1765-d.1825) and (m.1788) Hannah Peters.

+ m. 16 Sep 1806, Stephen SALLEE.
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2. Levy Peters Lockhart (b.1791-d.17 Jun 1837),

* Born in Augusta County, Virginia; died at Jackson County, Texas.

* Son of Levy Lockhart (b.abt.1765-d.1825) and (m.1788) Hannah Peters.

* 1812–War of–Private in Capt. Robert D. McAfee’s Company of Infantry, Johnson’s Regiment, Mounted, Kentucky Volunteers, serving from Aug 15 to Nov 19. [War of 1812 Records, Johnson’s Regiment, Mounted, KY Volunteers, Roll Box 127, Roll 602]

+ m. 9 Aug 1814, Elizabeth HUNGATE (b.1792), in Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Kentucky.

* 1836 Dec 15–Joined the Republic of Texas Regulars.

* 1837 Jan 7–Appointed 1st Lieutenant in Company B, 2nd Regiment of Regular Texas Infantry.

* 1837 Mar 12–Promoted to Command of Company C, 2nd Regiment, Regular Texas Infantry.

* Granted land in Llano County, Texas for his service with the Texas Republic Army. [Texas General Land Office]

* Children of Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792):

+ 1. Charles Richard Lockhart (b.1815)  [Continued below]

+ 2. John Hungate Lockhart (b.1816)  [Continued below]

+ 3. Samuel Lee Lockhart (b. 27 Jun 1822)  [Continued below]

+ 4. Joseph Warren Lockhart (b. 30 Apr 1823)  [Continued below]

+ 5. Jehu Lockhart (b.1826)  [Continued below]

+ 6. Cynthia Ann Lockhart (b.1827)  [Continued below]

+ 7. Elizabeth Lockhart (b.1828)  [Continued below]

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3. Richard Lockhart (b.1792),

* Son of Levy Lockhart (b.abt.1765-d.1825) and (m.1788) Hannah Peters.

+ m.16 Dec 1814, Isabel HALE.

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Early 19th Century

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  • (Unknown connection to family) James Lockhart?–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–

1. Mary “Polly” Lockhart (b.1797), Virginia,

* Daughter of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855).

+ m. abt.1818, Adam WISER (b.1792), Virginia.

* Children of Mary “Polly” Lockhart (b.1797) and Adam Wiser (b.1792):

+ 1. Catherine WISER (b.1819), Augusta County, Virginia; m. JACKSON.  In 1880, 62 yr. old widow Catherine Wiser Jackson had her 88 yr. old Father Adam Wiser and her 29 yr. old daughter Margret E. Jackson living with her in Russell County, Virginia. [1880 U.S. Census]

+ 2. William WISER (b.1826), Russell County, Virginia.

+ 3. John WISER (b.1831), Russell County, Virginia.

+ 4. Surrena WISER (b.1835), Russell County, Virginia, m. JOHNSON.

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2. Rebecca Lockhart (b.1802-d.1855), Virginia,

* Resided in Russell County, Virginia, in 1840.

* Daughter of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855).

+ m. David SARGENT (b.1798-d.1868) Russell County, Virginia.

* Children of Rebecca Lockhart (1802-1855) and David Sargent (1798-1868):

+ 1. Mary Elizabeth SARGENT (b.1823-d.1860), Russell County, Virginia; m. Christmon TAYLOR.

+ 2. Sarah “Sally” SARGENT (b.1827-d.1879), Russell County, Virginia; m. Cullen COMBS (1820-1868), Russell County, Virginia.

+ 3. James Madison SARGENT (b.1828-d.1910), Russell County, Virginia; m. Ellen Jane DePUE (1837-1886).

+ 4. William Henderson SARGENT (b.1829-d.1912), Russell County, Virginia; m. Cynthia VINEYARD (1828-1894).

+ 5. Ephriam SARGENT (b.1831), West Virginia.

+ 6. Leah SARGENT (b.1832-d.1864), West Virginia; m. Samuel STINNETT.

+ 7. David SARGENT, Jr.

+ 8. Henry David SARGENT (b.1836-d.1924), Russell County, Virginia; m. Finetta J. DRAKE (b.1834), Franklin County, Virginia.

+ 9. Eliza SARGENT (b.1840-d.1918), Russell County, Virginia; m. John Woodside KELLY (b.1830), Fauquier County, Virginia.

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3. John W. Lockhart (b.27 Oct 1803-d.1857), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855).

+ m.1831, Susanna “Susan” JOHNSON (b.28 Jun 1807-d.28 Feb 1887),

* Susan was born in North Carolina; died in Russell County, Virginia.

* Children of John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887):

+ 1. C. Matilda Lockhart (b.1832)  [Continued below]

+ 2. Elizabeth Lockhart (b.1834)  [Continued below]

+ 3. Leah Lockhart (b.1836)  [Continued below]

+ 4. George William M. Lockhart (b.1838)  [Continued below]

+ 5. Catherine Elizabeth Lockhart (b.1843)  [Continued below]

+ 6. Robert M. Lockhart (b.1846)  [Continued below]

+ 7. Rebecca Lockhart (b.1847)  [Continued below]

+ 8. Henry Dillard Lockhart (b.1849)  [Continued below]

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4. Lucretia “Lucy” Lockhart (b.1804),

* Born in Russell County, Virginia; died in Caswell County, North Carolina.

* Daughter of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855).

+ m. John WALLIS III.
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5. James Carter Lockhart (b.1805-d.1880),

* Born and died in Russell County, Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Virginia.

* Son of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855).

+ m. Susan Mildred “Millie” COLLEY (b.1809), Virginia.

* Children of James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809):

+ 1. Millie Lockhart (b. Sep 1828), Virginia.

+ 2. Virginia Lockhart (b.1834), Russell County, Virginia.

+ 3. William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (b.13 Jul 1835)  [Continued below]

+ 4. John Carter Lockhart (twin, b.13 May 1838)  [Continued below]

+ 5. Rebecca Lockhart (twin, b.13 May 1838); m. 29 Nov 1855, Patton McGLOTHIN.

+ 6. Elizabeth Lockhart (b.15 Apr 1840-d.7 Dec 1920), Russell County, Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Virginia; m.1856, Daniel McGLOTHIN.

+ 7. James Patton “Pat” Lockhart (b.18 May 1843)  [Continued below]

+ 8. Samuel Lockhart (b.1844), Russell County, Virginia.  Samuel left home at 17 years of age and was never heard from again.

+ 9. Catherine Lockhart (b.1847)  [Continued below]

+ 10. (male) Beverly Lockhart (b.1849)  [Continued below]

+ 11. Elender Lockhart (b.1851), Virginia, m. Harvey FLETCHER.

+ 12. Charlotte Lockhart (b.abt.1852), Virginia.

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6. Elizabeth Lockhart (b.1810), Russell County, Virginia,

* Daughter of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855).

+ m. George COLLEY.
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7. Sarah “Sallie” Lockhart (b.1812), Russell County, Virginia,

* Daughter of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855).

+ m. Joseph SMITH.

* Children of Sarah “Sallie” Lockhart (b.1812) and Joseph Smith:

+ 1. Lucinda SMITH (b.1831).

+ 2. Lilbourne SMITH (b.1835).

+ 3. Elizabeth SMITH (b.1836).

+ 4. William SMITH (b.1839).

+ 5. Polly SMITH (b.1843).

+ 6. Catherine SMITH (b.1845).

+ 7. John SMITH (b.1849).

+ 8. Rebecca SMITH (b.1862-d.1882), Russell County, Virginia; m. Vincent COMBS (1858-1914).

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8. Dorcas Lockhart (b.1812-d.3 Nov 1888), Russell County, Virginia,

* Daughter of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855).

+ m. James FINNEY (1801-1890), Fauquier County, Virginia.

* Children of Dorcas Lockhart (1812-1888) and James Finney (1801-1890):

+ 1. John FINNEY (b.1834).

+ 2. Catherine FINNEY (b.1836).

+ 3. Nancy FINNEY (b.2 May 1838-d.27 Apr 1881), Russell County, Virginia; m. 28 Aug 1856, William SYKES (b.6 Mar 1836-d.11 May 1872).

+ 4. William W. FINNEY (b.1840).

+ 5. Elizabeth FINNEY (b.1842).

+ 6. James FINNEY (b.1845).

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9. William Mitchell Lockhart, Jr. (b.16 Apr 1819-d.2 Apr 1902),

* Born and died in Russell County, Virginia.

* Son of William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855).

+ 1m. 27 Aug 1840, Sally STINSON (b.12 Jan 1812-d.1882), Russell County, Virginia.

+ 2m. 13 Feb 1884, Elizabeth THOMPSON.

* Children of William Mitchell Lockhart, Jr. (1819-1902) and Sally Stinson (1812-1882):

+ 1. Cosby Jane Lockhart (b.1841-d.1910), Russell County, Virginia; m. 2 Apr 1867, Colbert C. MAYNARD.

+ 2. Elizabeth Catherine Lockhart (b.1842-d.1913), Russell County, Virginia; m. 15 Jul 1862, John McFarland KENDRICK (1837-1904).

+ 3. John William Lockhart (b.1843)  [Continued below]

+ 4. Rebecca Ann Lockhart (b.3 Oct 1845-d.5 Sep 1907), Russell County, Virginia; m. 4 Nov 1862, Isaiah D. BALL.

+ 5. Amy Lockhart (b.1846), Russell County, Virginia; m. Johnson COUNTS (b.1847), Virginia.

+ 6. Zedekiah Newton “Zed” Lockhart (b.25 May 1848-d.9 Apr 1895)  [Continued below]

+ 7. Thomas Jackson Lockhart (b.5 Mar 1850-d.11 Oct 1880), m. Martha.

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Levy Lockhart (b.abt.1765-d.1825) and (m.1788) Hannah Peters–
  • Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792)–

1. Charles Richard Lockhart (b.1815-d.1863),

* Son of Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792).

* Born in Mercer County, Kentucky; died in St Louis, Missouri, while in the Army.

* Served in Texas Revolution. [Information compiled by Mrs. Patsy Szaloy, Tucumcari, New Mexico, 1985]

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2. John Hungate Lockhart (b.1816),

* Son of Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792).

* Born in Mercer County, Kentucky; died in Shoals, Martin County, Indiana.

* 1836–Served in the Army of the Republic of Texas from Dec 1836 to Jun 1837. [Information compiled by Mrs. Patsy Szaloy, Tucumcari, New Mexico, 1985]

* Son of Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792).
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Samuel Lee Lockhart (1822-1858)

3. Samuel Lee Lockhart (b. 27 Jun 1822-d. 9 Jan 1858),

* Born in Indiana; died in Llano County, Texas; buried in Tow Cemetery.

* Son of Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792).

+ m. 24 Apr 1839, Sarah Ann CHASTAIN, born in Indiana.

* Samuel Lockhart and his brother Joseph Warren Lockhart and their wives who were sisters moved to Texas late in 1851 or early 1852. They claimed the large land grant issued their father, Levy Peters Lockhart, for his service in the Army of the Republic of Texas. They first settled in what is now Llano County, Texas, were driven back by the Indians, but later returned.

* Samuel was the first Sheriff of Llano County and was in the Mexican War.

* 1859–He was killed in Llano County, Texas by William Taylor, a criminal Samuel was attempting to arrest. [Information compiled by Mrs. Patsy Szaloy, Tucumcari, New Mexico, 1985.]

* Children of Samuel Lee Lockhart (1822-1859) and Sarah Ann Chastain:

+ 1. Betsy Lockhart (b.abt.1840); m. Rube MILLER.

+ 2. William Warren Lockhart (b.1845)  [Continued below]

+ 3. Polly Jane Lockhart (b.1847); born in Indiana; m. Rufus McDONALD (b.1838, Illinois).

+ 4. Cynthia Luiza M. Lockhart (b.1858-1907); born in TX – died in OK; m.1875, William Henry HUNTER  [Continued below]

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4. Joseph Warren Lockhart (b.30 Apr 1823-d.13 Dec 1913),

* Born in Orange County, Indiana; died in Malaga, Eddy County, New Mexico.

* Son of Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792).

+ m. 7 Apr 1844, Mary CHASTAIN (b.1828, Indiana).

* Civil War–Joseph joined the Union Army.

* 1880–J.W. Lockhart was a blacksmith in 1880 Llano County, Texas. [U.S. Census]

* “Lockharts buried in Eddy County, NM are Joseph Warren Lockhart and his wife, M. Chastain, and a 3-year-old granddaughter. The gravesites are on Lockhart/Forehand land, still in the family in Eddy Co., NM.” [Frances McCullough Meek, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, 30 Dec 2003]

* Children of Joseph Warren Lockhart (1823-1913) and Mary Chastain (b.1828):

+ 1. Jehu Lockhart (b.17 Jun 1847)  [Continued below]

+ 2. Rebecca Ann “Alice” Lockhart (b.9 Aug 1849-d.14 Jun 1882); born in IN – died in Burnet County, TX; buried at Bear Creek Cemetery near Burton, Texas; m. 2 Jun 1870, Ahira B. ASHABRANNAR.

+ 3. Mary Elizabeth Lockhart (b.3 Nov 1851-d.27 Dec 1940); born in Indiana – died in Eddy County, New Mexico; m. 4 Aug 1873, John FOREHAND.

+ 4. William Wesley “Wes” Lockhart (b.19 Dec 1854)  [Continued below]

+ 5. Samuel Luther Lockhart (b.16 Sep 1857)  [Continued below]

+ 6. John Franklin Lockhart (b.9 Sep 1860)  [Continued below]

+ 7. Sarah Jane Lockhart (b.29 Aug 1863-d.9 Apr 1920); born in Texas – died in Donna Anna County, New Mexico; m. O.A. CROWDER.

+ 8. Joseph Henry “Joe” Lockhart (b.11 Feb 1867)  [Continued below]

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5. Jehu Lockhart (b.1826), born in Orange County, Indiana,

* Son of Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792).
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6. Cynthia Ann Lockhart (b.1827), born in Orange County, Indiana,

* Daughter of Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792).

+ m. William MILES.
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7. Elizabeth Lockhart (b.1828), born in Orange County, Indiana,

* Daughter of Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792).

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Mid 19th Century

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Information:

1835-1836, The Texas Revolution or Texas War of Independence from Mexico was fought (2 Oct 1835-21 Apr 1836). The conclusion of the war resulted in the creation of the Republic of Texas. Texas was annexed by the United States in 1845. [Wiki]

1845-1849, Great Irish Famine.

1846-1852, Highland Potato Famine, food crisis in the Scottish Highlands due to potatoes blighted by fungal disease, causing over 1.7 million people to leave Scotland.

1861-1865, American Civil War.

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887)–

1. C. Matilda Lockhart (b.1832), Russell County, Virginia,

* Daughter of John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887).

+ m. Jul 1853, Hugh JOHNSON (b.1827).
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2. Elizabeth Lockhart (b.1834), Russell County, Virginia,

* Daughter of John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887).

+ m. Alfred SLAUGHTER.
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3. Leah Lockhart (b.1836), Russell County, Virginia,

* Daughter of John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887).

+ m. 9 Apr 1857, Daniel O. CLARK.
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4. George William Mitchell Lockhart (b.1838), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887).

+ m. 23 Jun 1866, Celestine BURK (b.1842), North Carolina.
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5. Catherine Elizabeth Lockhart (b.1843-d.1919), Russell County, Virginia,

* Daughter of John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887).

+ m.15 Jul 1862, Evan A. KENDRICK (1828-1878).
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6. Robert M. Lockhart (b.1846), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887).

* 1880–Robert was 34, born in Virginia, single, a farmer and head of household, with his 73 yr. old widowed Mother (born in N Carolina) living with him and keeping house in 1880. [1880 U.S. Census, New Garden, Russell, Virginia]

+ m. 15 Jan 1890, Eliza BALES.

* Children of Robert M. Lockhart (b.1846) and Eliza Bales:

+ 1. Madison Burke Lockhart (b.abt.1891).

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7. Rebecca Lockhart (b.1847), Russell County, Virginia,

* Daughter of John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887).

+ m. Patten McGLOTHIN.

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8. Henry Dillard Lockhart (b.1849), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887).

+ m. 3 Jan 1872, Melissa Ellen BALL (b. 22 Mar 1851), Virginia.

* 1880–Henry’s occupation: Farmer in Russell County, Virginia.

* Children of Henry Dillard Lockhart (b.1849) and Melissa Ellen Ball (b.1851):

+ 1. Thomas A. Lockhart (b.1872-d. at early age).

+ 2. Charles William Lockhart (b.1875)  [Continued below]

+ 3. Celestima Lockhart (b.1877-d. in infancy).

+ 4. John F. Lockhart (b.1879-d. in infancy).

+ 5. Susie May Lockhart (b.abt.1880), Russell County, Virginia; m. Henry D. DAVIS  [Continued below]

+ 6. Tyler Lockhart (b.abt.1882-d.abt.1964), Russell County, Virginia; m. Maude.

+ 7. George Bartley Lockhart (b.abt.1884), Russell County, Virginia.

+ 8. Major Lockhart (b.abt.1886), Russell County, Virginia.

+ 9. Pansy Lockhart (b.abt.1888-d. in infancy).

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809)–

3. William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart  (b.13 Jul 1835-d.1 May 1910)

* “Shang” was born in Russell County, Virginia; died in Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Virginia.

* Son of James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809).

+ m.1866, Elzena C. SPEER (b.1844-d.1928).

* Elzena was born in Surry County, North Carolina; died in Russell County, Virginia.

* William Mitchell Lockhart was nicknamed “Shang” because of his seven foot height.

William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910)

* Earnest Lockhart, in 1975, said William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart was a member of the Baptist Church. In his day, the Southern Baptists were called the Missionary Baptist Church. Earnest told these stories that happened in the 1800s:

“Shang went to a Saturday night Old Virginia square dance, looked on the dancers for a few minutes, pulled off his overcoat, cast it to one side and said, ‘Lay there Missionary, while Shang dances one.’

“On another occasion, a young man of the community made improper advances toward one of Shang’s daughters. She told Shang. He later met the young man at a fence line between two neighbors land. He laid down the bars, passed through the fence, pulled off his overcoat and placed it on the bank and said ‘Lay there, Baptist religion and I will teach this young man a good lesson.’ He pulled the young man off his horse, placed him across his knee, locked his right leg across the young man’s leg, pulled down his breeches and spanked him profusely.”

* Children of William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910) and Elzena C. Speer (1844-1928):

+ 1. Ellen P. Lockhart (b.1868), Russell County, Virginia; m. 2 Oct 1888, John A. JACKSON.

+ 2. Raxillana M. “Rosa” Lockhart (b.1870), Virginia; m.1898, W.J. ROSBEALM  [Continued below]

+ 3. William Kent Lockhart (b.12 Sep 1871-d. Oct.1926); m. Mary E. WHITT.

+ 4. Melissa Alafair Lockhart (b.1872-1960)  [Continued below]

+ 5. Huston Banner Lockhart (b.18 Feb 1874-d.1950), Russell County, Virginia; m.1898, Mary Katherine HARRISON (b.15 Nov 1880).

+ 6. Theadacia Belle Lockhart (b.1875-d.1943)  [Continued below]

+ 7. Laura A. Lockhart (b.18 Aug 1876-d.8 Jan 1938)  [Continued below]

+ 8. Floyd “Elbert” Lockhart (b.1878-d.1956), Russell County, Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Virginia; m. 1903, Maxie Lou McGLOTHIN (b.29 Jun 1888-d.9 Oct 1918), Virginia.

+ 9. Elzena C. Lockhart (b.25 May 1879-d.30 Mar 1948), Russell County, Virginia; m. 22 Dec 1924, Aught GILBERT (b.25 Aug 1888-d.5 Mar 1953), Virginia.

+ 10. John Patton “J” Lockhart (b.7 May 1881)  [Continued below]

+ 11. S. Hadley Lockhart (b.16 Jul 1882-d.11 Sep 1910), Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Virginia.

+ 12. Fannie V. Lockhart (b.1884), Virginia; m. 21 Sep 1903, Samuel WHITT.

+ 13. Leonard Lockhart (b.1887-d.1962), Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Virginia; m. 1920, Alice THOMPSON, North Carolina.

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4. John Carter Lockhart (twin, b.13 May 1838), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809).

+ 1m. Margaret BOOTHE (1840), Russell County, Virginia.

+ 2m. Eliza COMBS.

* Children of John Carter Lockhart (b.1838) and Margaret Boothe (b.1840):

+ 1. Rebecca Adie Lockhart (b.1860), Roane County, West Virginia; m. Ira R. CAMPBELL.

+ 2. Melvin Lee Lockhart (b.1862), Roane County, West Virginia; 1m. Rebecca A. COMBS, TALLMAN (b.1864-d.1894), Russell County, Virginia; 2m. 14 Feb 1899, Ida McFADDER.

+ 3. James Pierce Lockhart, DDS (b.1864), Virginia; m. Rebecca Jane JONES (b.1872), Roane County, West Virginia.

+ 4. Elizabeth M. Lockhart (b.1866-d. young), Kentucky.

+ 5. John Hiran Lockhart, DDS (b.18 Jun 1868-d.1952), Roane County, West Virginia; m. Nancy Minnie SETTLE (b.1874-d.1943).

+ 6. Cora A. Lockhart (b.1870), Roane County, West Virginia.

+ 7. Nancy Mannie Lockhart (b.1874), West Virginia; m.17 Mar 1891, Anthony CAMPBELL.

+ 8. Kelles P. Lockhart (b.abt.1875), Virginia.

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7. James Patton “Pat” Lockhart (b.18 May 1843-d.10 Feb 1907), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809).

* James Patton “Pat” Lockhart (1842-1907) was the owner of Pat’s Store at the foot of Big “A” Mountain, Virginia.

+ m.12 Oct 1865, Celia JACKSON.

* Children of James Patton “Pat” Lockhart (1843-1907) and Celia Jackson:

+ 1. Albert P. Lockhart (b.31 Aug 1866-d.15 Aug 1867), Virginia.

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+ 9. Catherine Lockhart (b.1847-d.6 Mar 1885),

* Catherine was born in Russell County, Virginia; died of consumption.

* Daughter of James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809).

+ m. 6 May 1867, Dr. Spencer Hadley SPEER (b.1843-d.1911),

* Dr. Speer was born in Yadkin County, North Carolina; died in Russell County, Virginia.

* Dr. Speer, 2m. 29 Sep 1888, Theresa HENDERSON.

* Children of Catherine Lockhart (1847-1885) and Dr. Spencer Hadley Speer (1843-1911):

+ 1. Arthur SPEER (b.1868).

+ 2. Sarah Alice SPEER (b.1870).

+ 3. Cora SPEER (b.1872).

+ 4. Ida Gertrude SPEER (b.1874).

+ 5. James SPEER (b.1877).

+ 6. Susan Ellen SPEER (b.1879).

+ 7. Thomas SPEER (b.1883).

+ 8. Hattie Lucille SPEER (b.1884).

+ 9. Samuel SPEER (b.1885).

* Children of Dr. Spencer Hadley Speer (1843-1911) and (2m.1888) Theresa Henderson:

+ 1. (stillborn Female twin, b.1889).

+ 2. Roy SPEER (twin, b.1889).

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+ 10. (male) Beverly Lockhart (b.1849), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809).

+ m. Aug 1867, Charlotte ROWMAN (b.1845), Virginia.

* Children of Beverly Lockhart (b.1849) and Charlotte Rowman (b.1845):

+ 1. Mary A. Lockhart (b.1868), Russell County, Virginia  [Continued below]

+ 2. Theodosia Lockhart (b.1870), Russell County, Virginia  [Continued below]

+ 3. Thomas E. Lockhart (b.1872), Russell County, Virginia  [Continued below]

+ 4. Acie (pronounced “Acer”) Lockhart (b.1874), Russell County, Virginia  [Continued below]

+ 5. Ida Lockhart (b.1876), Russell County, Virginia  [Continued below]

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart, Jr. (1819-1902) and Sally Stinson (1812-1882)–

3. John William Lockhart (b.1843), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of William Mitchell Lockhart, Jr. (1819-1902) and Sally Stinson (1812-1882).

* Occupation: Retail Merchant. [1880 U.S. Census, Russell County, Virginia]

+ m. 16 Nov 1870, Pattie B. “Patsey” DICKENSON (b.1853), Virginia.

* Children of John William Lockhart (b.1843) and Pattie B. “Patsey” Dickenson (b.1853):

+ 1. Emily Lockhart (b.1866)

+ 2. Mitchell Lockhart (b.1868-d.1900), Virginia.

+ 3. William “Bill” Lockhart (b.abt.1872)

+ 4. Thomas “Tom” Lockhart (b.abt.1874)

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6. Zedekiah Newton “Zed” Lockhart (b.25 May 1848-d.9 Apr 1895),

* “Zed” was born in Russell County, Virginia; died in Sullivan County, Tennessee.

* Son of William Mitchell Lockhart, Jr. (1819-1902) and Sally Stinson (1812-1882).

+ 1m. 22 Nov 1872, Katherine “Katie” Scott KYLE (b. Feb 1847), Montgomery County, Virginia.

+ 2m. E.M. GRIFFIN (d. 3 Feb 1928).

* Children of Zedekiah Newton Lockhart (1848-1895) and Katherine Scott Kyle (b.1847):

+ 1. Myrtle Kyle Lockhart (b.1875), Sullivan County, Tennessee; m. Homer Fergus SLOAN.

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Levy Lockhart (b.abt.1765-d.1825) and (m.1788) Hannah Peters–
  • Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792)–
  • Samuel Lee Lockhart (1822-1859) and Sarah Ann Chastain–

2. William Warren Lockhart (b.1845); born in Indiana.

* Son of Samuel Lee Lockhart (1822-1859) and Sarah Ann Chastain.

+ 1m. abt.1865, Evaline BOGGESS; born in Ireland.

+ 2m. abt 1874, Martha (b.1856, Indiana).

* Children of William Warren Lockhart (b.1845) and Evaline Boggess:

+ 1. Martha Lockhart.

+ 2. James Lockhart.

+ 3. Preston Lockhart.

* Children of William Warren Lockhart (b.1845) and Martha:

+ 1. Charles Lockhart.

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4. Cynthia Luiza Melissa LOCKHART (b.1858-1907),

* Born in Texas -  died in Oklahoma,

* Daughter of Samuel Lee Lockhart (1822-1859) and Sarah Ann Chastain.

+ m.1875, William Henry HUNTER.

* Children of William Henry Hunter and Cynthia Luiza Melissa Lockhart (b.1858-1907):

+ 1. Cynthia Jane HUNTER; m. William Allen RANDALL (d.1938).

+ 2. Sarah HUNTER; 1m. Augustus Backus RANDALL; 2m. Lon RICHARDSON.

+ 3. William Levi HUNTER (b. 11 Nov 1876-d. 30 Mar 1959) in Cheyenne, Custer County, Oklahoma; 1m. 31 Aug 1907, Alpha GATTEN (b.1889); 2m. 17 Aug 1919, Jennie May HOLBROOK (b.24 May 1904-d.28 Nov 1960).

+ 4. John Wesley HUNTER (b. 15 Nov 1878 – d. 21 Nov 1955); born in Texas – died in Welty, Okfuskee Co., Oklahoma; 1m. 28 Oct 1902, Liddy Melissa BOGGESS (b.1885); 2m. Laura BEBOUT (b.22 Jan 1892-d.22 Oct 1978).

+ 5. Thomas Jefferson HUNTER (b. 30 Sep 1882 – d. 7 May 1962); born in Fredricksburg, Gillespie Co., Texas – died in Bristow, Creek Co., Oklahoma; m. 17 Nov 1908, Grace Leona KIRKBRIDE (b.2 Sep 1890-d.31 May 1979).  Children of Thomas Jefferson Hunter (1882-1962) and Grace Leona Kirkbride:

+ (1) Johnny Walter Hunter (b.5 Sep 1909-d.25 Mar 1911).

+ (2) George Franklin Hunter (b.27 Feb 1911-d.28 Feb 1911).

+ (3) Effie Mae HUNTER (b.19 Oct 1912) in Hammon, Oklahoma;  m. 25 July 1933, in Oklahoma, Luther Louis GREGORY.  Children: Daisy Verneal GREGORY, Barbara Joyce GREGORY, Donald Ray GREGORY, Lawanna Grace GREGORY, Virginia Fay GREGORY, Jerald Loyd GREGORY.

+ (4) Addie Bell HUNTER (b.21 Jan 1915-d.17 Dec 1962); born in Hammon, Oklahoma.

+ (5) Nellie Ann Hunter (b.25 May 1917-d.6 Jun 1917).

+ (6) Nola HUNTER.

+ (7) Buddy Hunter (b.16 Feb 1918-d.16 Feb 1918) in Antelope, Wasco Co., Oregon.

+ (8) Henry B. Hunter (b.16 Feb 1922-d.same date).

+ (9) Roy Lee Hunter (b.16 Feb 1922-d.25 Feb 1922).

+ (10) James Luther HUNTER (b.23 Dec 1922-d.5 Feb 1940); born in Elk City, Beckham Co., Oklahoma – died in Vian, Sequoyah Co., OK.

+ (11) Willis Warren HUNTER (b. 1 Apr 1925-d. WWII); born in Cogar, Caddo Co., Oklahoma – died in Belgium, WWII.

+ (12) Nadine Elizabeth HUNTER (b. 21 Jun 1931) in Oklahoma.

[Source: Verneal Maze, great granddaughter of Cynthia Luiza Melissa Lockhart (1858-1907).]

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Levy Lockhart (b.abt.1765-d.1825) and (m.1788) Hannah Peters–
  • Levy Peters Lockhart (1791-1837) and Elizabeth Hungate (b.1792)–
  • Joseph Warren Lockhart (1823-1913) and Mary Chastain (b.1828)–

1. Jehu Lockhart (b.17 Jun 1847-d.13 Apr 1866),

* Born in Indiana; died in Llano, Texas.

* Son of Joseph Warren Lockhart (1823-1913) and Mary Chastain (b.1828).

+ m. Mary VICKERS.

* Children of Jehu Lockhart (1847-1866) and Mary Vickers:

+ 1. Jesse Brown Lockhart.

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4. William Wesley “Wes” Lockhart (b.19 Dec 1854-d.25 Feb 1943),

* Born in Burnet County, Texas; died in Bronte, Texas.

* Son of Joseph Warren Lockhart (1823-1913) and Mary Chastain (b.1828).

+ m. 25 Jun 1879, Eliza TEAGUE.

* Children of William Wesley Lockhart (1854-1943) and Eliza Teague:

+ 1. William Edgar Lockhart (b.abt.1880).

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5. Samuel Luther Lockhart (b.16 Sep 1857-d.28 Feb 1937),

* Born and died in Llano County, Texas; buried at Bluffton Cemetery, Llano, Texas.

* Son of Joseph Warren Lockhart (1823-1913) and Mary Chastain (b.1828).

+ m. 1 Jan 1884, Hanna Ellen MILLER.

* Children of Samuel Luther Lockhart (1857-1937) and Hanna Ellen Miller:

+ 1. Maude Levesta Lockhart (b.29 Feb 1888); b. in Tow Valley, Llano County, Texas; m. Gedion NOBLES.

+ 2. Charles Reynold Lockhart (b.18 Mar 1889); b. in Tow Valley, Llano County, Texas.

+ 3. Thomas Eugene Lockhart (b.10 Jan 1891); b. in Tow Valley, Llano County, Texas.

+ 4. Lucie May Lockhart (b.5 May 1893); b. in Tow Valley, Llano County, Texas; m. NOBLES.

+ 5. Ida Lee Lockhart (b.24 Aug 1896-d.1981); b. in Tow Valley, Llano County, Texas; m. Aurrell George BAUMANN (b.3 Nov 1889-d.12 Feb 1943).

+ 6. Rebecca Pearl Lockhart (twin, b.17 Mar 1899); b. in Tow Valley, Llano County, Texas.

+ 7. Ora Katherin Lockhart (twin, b.17 Mar 1899); b. in Tow Valley, Llano County, Texas.

+ 8. John Warren Lockhart (b.30 Oct 1903); b. in Tow Valley, Llano County, Texas.

+ 9. Mary Coriene Lockhart (b.5 Mar 1907); b. in Tow Valley, Llano County, Texas.

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6. John Franklin Lockhart (b.9 Sep 1860-d.17 Apr 1883),

* Son of Joseph Warren Lockhart (1823-1913) and Mary Chastain (b.1828).

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8. Joseph Henry “Joe” Lockhart (b.11 Feb 1867), b. in Llano County, Texas.

* Son of Joseph Warren Lockhart (1823-1913) and Mary Chastain (b.1828).

* “Joe,” youngest of Joseph Warren Lockhart and Mary Chastain, worked for the new Santa Fe Railroad and moved his family to Riverside, California following the deaths of his parents. [Frances McCullough Meek, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Dec. 30, 2003.]

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Late 19th Century

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887)–
  • Robert M. Lockhart (b.1846) and (m.1890) Eliza Bales–

1. Madison Burke Lockhart (b.abt.1891), Virginia,

* Son of Robert M. Lockhart (b.1846) and (m.1890) Eliza Bales.

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • John W. Lockhart (1803-1857) and Susanna “Susan” Johnson (1807-1887)–
  • Henry Dillard Lockhart (b.1849) and Melissa Ellen Ball (b.1851)–

2. Charles William Lockhart (b.1875-d.abt1932), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of Henry Dillard Lockhart (b.1849) and Melissa Ellen Ball (b.1851).

+ m. (D), Hessie Anne McKeown MOGEY (b.1889-d.1974),

* Hessie Anne was born in Scotland; died in Lancaster, South Carolina.

+ 1. Henry Dillard Lockhart II (b.15 Nov 1914-d.20 Sep 1965) + Living children.

+ 2. George (William?) Lockhart (b.abt.1916-d. as a young boy).

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5. Susie May Lockhart (b.abt.1880), Russell County, Virginia,

* Daughter of Henry Dillard Lockhart (b.1849) and Melissa Ellen Ball (b.1851).

+ m. Henry D. DAVIS.

* Children of Susie May Lockhart (b.abt.1880) and Henry D. Davis:

+ 1. May Lewis DAVIS.

+ 2. W.H. “Buster” DAVIS; m. Carmie; + Living children.

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809)–
  • William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910) and Elzena C. Speer (1844-1928)–

2. Roxillana “Roxie” M. Lockhart  (variant: Raxillana M. “Rosa” Lockhart) (b. 1 Jul 1869),

* Born in Honaker, Russell Co., Virginia.

* Daughter of William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910) and Elzena C. Speer (1844-1928) (variant for Elzena: Elzenia).

+ 1m. 25 Apr 1889 (Div.), in Russell Co., Honaker, VA, Charles Milbern Perkins.

* Children of Charles Milbern Perkins and Roxillana “Roxie” M. Lockhart (b.1869):

+ 1. Leona Perkins

+ 2. Cora S. Perkins (b.1890).  Cora Perkins, age 10, was living with James and Roxillana Lockhart Rosebealm in 1900. [1900 Census in Russell Co., Honaker, VA.]

+ 3. Lutisha “Tishie” Perkins (b.abt.1891), (variants: Lutetia, Lutishia).  Lutisha “Tishie” Perkins was adopted and living with a Rife family in Buchanan Co., VA, in 1910. [1910 Census]  Lutisha married, 12 Apr 1912, in Buchanan Co., Virginia, Jacob Horn (b. 23 Nov 1892-d. 1942) and had 13 children.

+ 2m. 21 Feb 1899, in Russell Co., Honaker, VA, W. James Rosebealm (b.1857) (variant spelling: Rosbealm), a widower, born in Washington Co., VA. [1899 Russell County Virginia Marriages]

[Source: Berchie Stiltner Rafferty, great granddaughter of Roxillana M. Lockhart Perkins and granddaughter of Lutisha Perkins Horn, 2012]

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4. Melissa Alafair Lockhart (b. 15 Nov 1872-d. 8 Sep 1960),

* Born in Buchannan County, Virginia; died in Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Virginia.

* Daughter of William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910) and Elzena C. Speer (1844-1928).

+ m. 2 Oct 1888, Robert Walden MEADE (b.3 Apr 1868-d.1937),

* Robert was born in Russell County, Virginia; died in Tazewell County, Virginia.

* Children of Melissa Alafair Lockhart (1872-1960) and Robert Waldon Meade (1868-1937):

+ 1. George Albert MEADE (b. 5 Jun 1889-d. 27 Jul 1971); m. 9 Apr 1909, Carrie Elizabeth HOLLAND (b. 4 May 1890-d. 20 Nov 1970).

+ 2. Dora Belle MEADE (b. 3 Aug 1891-d. 3 Dec 1977); m. Jabus “Green” HOWINGTON (b. 6 Mar 1890-d. 23 Jul 1932.

+ 3. Roy Ellis MEADE (b. 3 Jul 1893-d. 8 Oct 1964); m. Bessie BAKER (-d. 15 Jul 1991).

+ 4. Charles Elden “Charlie” MEADE (b. 21 Sep 1895-d.1915)

+ 5. Homer Carl MEADE (b. 5 Oct 1897-d. 21 Apr 1958), Buchanan County, Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Russell County, Virginia;  m.12 May 1924, Rutha Virginia DYE (b.1 Sep 1902-d.15 Apr 1980), Virginia.

+ 6. Margaret Elizabeth “Maggie” MEADE (b. 31 Mar 1900-d. 11 Jul 1968); m. Jasper Kilgore COLLEY (b. 8 Jan 1884-d. Jun 1967).

+ 7. Virgie Opal “Virginia” MEADE (b. 1 Jan 1903-d. 19 Aug 1970); 1m. 2 Feb 1921, Gus CARLSON; 2m.1 Jan 1941, Charles HOUGH.

+ 8. Curtis William MEADE (b. 26 May 1904-d. 22 Sep 1929); m.17 Sep 1929, Zola SYKES.

+ 9. Alice Nadine MEADE (b. 17 Jun 1907-d. 3 Aug 1967); 1m. 17 Nov 1925, Basil E. GOLIHEW (b. 24 Nov 1904-d. 1975); 2m. Jul 1947, William A. “Bill” BURCH (b. 23 Mar 1916-d. 18 Apr 1999).

+ 10. Robert Ollie MEADE (b. 9 Jun 1909-d. 18 Sep 1981); m. 9 Sep 1933, Agnes HESS (b. 6 Aug 1914-d. 9 Oct 2002).

+ 11. Daisy Elzena MEADE (b. 9 Mar 1912-d. 4 May 1987), 1m. Harold GOLDBERG, 2m. William SMITH.

+ 12. Orval / Orville Earl MEADE (b. 8 Jul 1914-d. 25 May 1988), m. 31 Oct 1942, Madge YOUNCE.

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6. Theadacia Belle Lockhart (b.1875-d.1943), Russell County, Virginia,

* Theadacia was born in Russell County, Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Virginia.

* Daughter of William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910) and Elzena C. Speer (1844-1928).

+ m. 1891, James BALL (b.1869-d.7 Apr 1939).

* Children of Theadacia Belle Lockhart (1875-1943) and James Ball (1869-1939):

+ 1. Willie Mae BALL (b.3 Jun 1910-d.2 Mar 1953); m. Garnett VANCE.

+ 2. Graham BALL (b.29 Jun 1917); m. Bannie (b.24 Oct 1914-d.8 Jun 1975), Virginia.

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7. Laura A. Lockhart (b.18 Aug 1876-d.8 Jan 1938),

* Laura was born in Russell County, Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Virginia.

* Daughter of William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910) and Elzena C. Speer (1844-1928).

+ m. 6 Dec 1895, Charles A. STINSON (b.9 Dec 1873-d.16 Oct 1939).

* Children of Laura A. Lockhart (1876-1938) and Charles A. Stinson (1873-1939):

+ 1. Walker STINSON (b.1898-d.1963); m. Mamie E. (b.1908-d.1976), Virginia.

+ 2. Mitchell STINSON (b.18 Oct 1900-d.29 Sep 1961); m. Eula (b.18 Jun 1902-d.21 Jul 1985).

+ 3. Roby Lee STINSON (b.9 Feb 1907-d); m. Manley R. (b.26 Jul 1911-d), Virginia.

+ 4. Herby STINSON (b.27 Jun 1909-d.17 Sep 1912), Virginia; buried at Lockhart Chapel Cemetery, Russell County, Virginia.

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10. John Patton “J” Lockhart (b.7 May 1881-d.14 May 1968),

* “J” was born in Russell County, Virginia; died at North Rolling Fork near Junction City, Kentucky; buried in Wilson’s Cemetery.

* Son of William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910) and Elzena C. Speer (1844-1928).

* John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) was a preacher, a farmer, and worker of miscellaneous jobs consisting of county road work, labor in a rock quarry, cutting timber for logs, cutting cork wood and peeling tan bark.

+ m. 25 Sep 1905, Elizabeth A. “Eliza” THOMPSON (b.10 Jun 1886-d.17 Jun 1970),

* “Eliza” died at North Rolling Fork, near Junction City, Kentucky; buried at Wilson’s Cemetery.

John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968)

* Children of John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970):

+ 1. Swanson Banner Lockhart (b.2 Aug 1906-d.14 Jun 1986)  [Continued below]

+ 2. Amos Henry Lockhart (b.9 Jan 1908-d.22 Mar 2002)  [Continued below]

+ 3. Hadly A. Lockhart (b.2 Dec 1909-d.1910), Honaker, Russell County, Virginia.

+ 4. Gloria C. Lockhart (b.22 Nov 1910-d.1 Jun 1998)  [Continued below]

+ 5. J. Rimmer Lockhart (b.20 Sep 1912-d.1913), Virginia.

+ 6. Glynn Zora Lockhart (b.9 Dec 1913-d.17 Jun 1944), Virginia.

+ 7. Carmi Lockhart (b.14 Mar 1916-d.15 Feb 1994)  [Continued below]

+ 8. Silas Lee Lockhart (b.10 Nov 1917-d. 27 Jun 2009)  [Continued below]

+ 9. John William Lockhart (b.17 Mar 1920 -d.1920), Virginia.

+ 10. Thomas Cleveland “T.C.” Lockhart  [Continued below]

+ 11. Elver Lockhart (b.1922-d.5 Jun 1923), Clinchport, Scott County, Virginia.

+ 12. Prina Rosetta Lockhart (b.11 Apr 1923-d.11 Apr 1923), Clinchport, Scott County, Virginia.

+ 13. Mary Naomi Lockhart  [Continued below]

Lockhart brothers in 1932

Swanson (1906-1986), Amos (1908-2002), Glynn (1913-1944), Carmi (1916-1994), Silas, and T. C.

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809)–
  • (male) Beverly Lockhart (b.1849) and Charlotte Rowman (b1845)–

1. Mary A. Lockhart (b.1868), Russell County, Virginia.

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2. Theodosia Lockhart (b.1870), Russell County, Virginia.

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3. Thomas E. Lockhart (b.1872), Russell County, Virginia.

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4. Acie (pronounced “Acer”) Lockhart (b.1874), Russell County, Virginia.

+ m. Atta/Etta BREEDING.

* Lived in log cabin in Appalachian Mountains, near Grundy, Virginia.

* Children of Acie/”Acer” Lockhart (b.1874) and Atta/Etta Breeding:

+ 1. Ruby Lockhart (b.1914); m. Ira WILSON; + Living Children.

+ 2. Ethel Lockhart (b.1915); m. Orba PRESLEY.

+ 3. Lucylle Lockhart (b.1917); m. G. H. HUNTER.

+ 4. Helen Lockhart (b.1934); m. Hubert KEENE.

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5. Ida Lockhart (b.1876), Russell County, Virginia.

+ m. David LOCKHART.

* Lived in Dickens County.

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart, Jr. (1819-1902) and Sally Stinson (1812-1882)–
  • John William Lockhart (b.1843) and Pattie B. “Patsey” Dickenson (b.1853)–

2. Mitchell Lockhart (b.1868-d.1900), Virginia,

* Son of John William Lockhart (b.1843) and Pattie B. “Patsey” Dickenson (b.1853).

+ m. Cynthia CLABO.

* Children of Mitchell Lockhart (1868-1900) and Cynthia Clabo:

+ 1. Elijah Lockhart (b.1884).

+ 2. Harmon Lockhart (b.1887-d.1957) [Continued below]

+ 3. Tom Lockhart (b.1889).

+ 4. Elisha Lockhart (b.1891-d.1891).

+ 5. William Lockhart (b.1903).

+ 6. Lewis Lockhart (b.1905).

+ 7. Meredith Lockhart (b.1907).

+ 8. Wilbur Lockhart (b.1909).

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart, Jr. (1819-1902) and Sally Stinson (1812-1882)–
  • John William Lockhart (b.1843) and Pattie B. “Patsey” Dickenson (b.1853)–
  • Mitchell Lockhart (1868-1900) and Cynthia Clabo–

2. Harmon Lockhart (b.1887-d.1957), Russell County, Virginia,

* Son of Mitchell Lockhart (1868-1900) and Cynthia Clabo.

+ m. Martha Jane (1882-1958).

* Children of Harmon Lockhart (1887-1957) and Martha Jane (1882-1958):

+ 1. Cora Mae Lockhart.

+ 2. Mitchell Lockhart.

+ 3. Donna Ellen Lockhart (b.31 May 1912-d. Feb 1976); b. in Russell County, VA – d. in CA; m. Charles Ledford JUSTICE.

+ 4. Corba Jane Lockhart (b.1913-d.1969); m. COLLINS.

+ 5. Edna Louise Lockhart (b.abt.1915-d.1967); m. VIRES.

+ 6. Jesse Winiford Lockhart (b.5 Apr 1918-d. Mar 1977); d. in West Virginia.

+ 7. Columbus Wilson Lockhart (b.-d.1913), Russell County, Virginia.

+ 8. Elmer Kenneth Lockhart (b.14 Jan 1925-d.26 May 1993), Virginia.

+ 9. Oscar Lee Lockhart.

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Early 20th Century

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  • (Unknown connection to family)
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809)–
  • William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910) and Elzena C. Speer (1844-1928)–
  • John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970)–

1. Swanson Banner Lockhart (b. 2 Aug 1906-d. 14 Jun 1986),

* Born near Honaker, Russell County, Virginia; died in Bristol, Tennessee; buried at Mill Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Fall Branch, Tennessee.

* Son of John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970).

* Occupations: Baptist Preacher, Farmer, owned and operated a Hardware Store, owned a Dry Cleaners, Rancher. He built five of the houses he and his family lived in through the years.

* Swanson authored two books about Lockhart genealogy: “Lockhart,” The Lockhart Family Tree, in 1975 and “Lockhart Roots,” The Descendants of James Lockhart in America, published posthumously July 1986. Information from his research and personal knowledge afforded the beginnings of this computerized Lockhart family tree.

+ m.18 Dec 1923, Pearl Mae BLOOMER (b. 8 Apr 1905-d. 18 May 1983),

* Pearl was born in Scott County, Virginia; died in St. Augustine, Florida; buried at Mill Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Fall Branch, Tennessee.

Swanson B. Lockhart (1906-1986), in 1941, with parents John Patton “J” (1881-1968) and Eliza (1886-1970)



Pearl Mae Bloomer (1905-1983) and Swanson B. Lockhart (1906-1986)

* Children of Swanson Banner Lockhart (1906-1986) and Pearl Mae Bloomer (1905-1983):

+ 1. Eugene Edison “Gene” Lockhart (b. 15 Sep 1924 – d. 12 Feb 2011)

+ 2. Claude Franklin Lockhart (b. 23 Jan 1927 – d. 21 Oct 2005)

+ 3. Carl Edward Lockhart (b. 21 Apr 1929 – d. 4 Oct 1987)

+ 4. Paul Leo Lockhart (b. 4 Apr 1931 – d. 9 Aug 1980)

+ 5. John William “Bill” Lockhart (b. 2 May 1944 – d. 21 Dec 2013)

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2. Amos Henry Lockhart (b.9 Jan 1908-d.22 Mar 2002),

* Amos was born near Honaker, Russell County, Virginia; died in Georgetown, Floyd, Indiana.

* Son of John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970).

+ m. 1 Nov 1930, Daisy B. BELCHER (b.19 Aug 1915-d.15 Dec 1999), Georgetown, Floyd, Indiana; daughter of Luther and Julia Belcher.  The marriage ceremony was performed by Amos’ father in the home of Daisy’s parents.

* Residence: Junction City, Kentucky.

* Source: [Information in “Lockhart Roots” that was compiled by Amos H. Lockhart, 1975]

* Children of Amos Henry Lockhart (1908-2002) and Daisy Belcher (1915-1999): (4 sons, 5 daughters, living)

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4. Gloria C. Lockhart (b.22 Nov 1910-d.1 Jun 1998),

* Born in Honaker, Virginia; died in Swannanoa, Buncombe, North Carolina.

* Daughter of John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970).

+ m. Wade BLANKENSHIP (b.25 Dec 1912-d.Oct 1969), North Carolina.

* Children of Gloria C. Lockhart (1910-1998) and Wade Blankenship (1912-1969):   (7 sons, 3 daughters, living)

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7. Carmi Lockhart (b.14 Mar 1916-d.15 Feb 1994),

* Born in Artrip, Virginia; died in Junction City, Boyle, Kentucky.

* Son of John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970).

+ m. 30 Apr 1938, Sarah Marie, Junction City, Kentucky.

* Children of Carmi Lockhart (1916-1994) and Sarah Marie: (1 son, 3 daughters, living)

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8. Silas Lee Lockhart (b.10 Nov 1917-d. 27 Jun 2009),

* Born in Spring City, Virginia.

* Son of John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970).

+ m. Joyce.

* Children of Silas Lee Lockhart (1917-d) and Joyce: (1 son, 3 daughters, living)

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10. Thomas Cleveland “T.C.” Lockhart,

* Son of John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970).

* Served in the military during World War II as Staff Sergeant, a trainer and member of the Army Engineers from August 1942 to January 1946.

+ m. Betty Jane.

* Children of T.C. Lockhart and Betty Jane: (3 daughters, living)

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13. Mary Naomi Lockhart,

* Born in North Rolling Fork, Kentucky.

* Son of John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970).

+ 1m. Ira F. SELLARS (b.2 Oct 1927-d.24 Jan 1988), died in Alabama.

+ 2m. (living)

* Children of Mary Naomi Lockhart and (1m.) Ira F. Sellars: (1 son, 1 daughter, living)

* Children of Mary Naomi Lockhart and (2m.): (1 son, 1 daughter, living)

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  • (Unknown connection to family)–
  • James Lockhart–
  • Jacob Lockhart (1715-1783) and Mary (1720-1772)–
  • Lt. James Lockhart (1740-1805) and (1m.1763) Polly Mitchell–
  • William Mitchell Lockhart (1765-1830) and Catherine “Caley” Scott (1777-1855)–
  • James Carter Lockhart (1805-1880) and Susan Mildred “Millie” Colley (b.1809)–
  • William Mitchell “Shang” Lockhart (1835-1910) and Elzena C. Speer (1844-1928)–
  • John Patton “J” Lockhart (1881-1968) and Elizabeth “Eliza” Thompson (1886-1970)–
  • Swanson Banner Lockhart (1906-1986) and Pearl Mae Bloomer (1905-1983)–


1. Eugene Edison “Gene” Lockhart (b. 15 Sep 1924 – d. 12 Feb 2011),

• Son of Swanson Banner Lockhart (1906-1986) and Pearl Mae Bloomer (1905-1983).

• U.S. Navy, WWII, Petty Officer 2nd Class.

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2. Claude Franklin Lockhart (b. 23 Jan 1927 – d. 21 Oct 2005),

• Son of Swanson Banner Lockhart (1906-1986) and Pearl Mae Bloomer (1905-1983).

• U.S. Navy, Petty Officer 3rd Class.

+ m. 18 Aug 1950, Lula “Jane” Cox (b. 13 Mar 1932 – d. 10 Jun 2003)

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3. Carl Edward Lockhart (b. 21 Apr 1929 – d. 4 Oct 1987),

• Son of Swanson Banner Lockhart (1906-1986) and Pearl Mae Bloomer (1905-1983).

• U.S. Navy, Seaman Apprentice.

 3.1. Craig Lockhart (b. 20 Dec 1960 – d. 31 Jul 1977)

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4. Paul Leo Lockhart (b. 4 Apr 1931 – d. 9 Aug 1980),

• Son of Swanson Banner Lockhart (1906-1986) and Pearl Mae Bloomer (1905-1983).

• U.S. Navy.

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John William (Bill) Lockhart 1944-2013

Bill Lockhart (1944-2013)

5. John William “Bill” Lockhart (b. 2 May 1944 – d. 21 Dec 2013),

• Son of Swanson Banner Lockhart (1906-1986) and Pearl Mae Bloomer (1905-1983).

• Born at Fall Branch, Tennessee; grew up from age five in St. Augustine, Florida; died at Suncoast Hospice in Palm Harbor, Florida; a resident of Safety Harbor, Florida.

• Bill worked in many branches of state government, with the Secretary of State and with the Department of Agriculture, retiring as the first Trial Courts Administrator of Florida’s 6th Judicial Circuit (Pasco and Pinellas Counties) after 31 years with the Florida State Courts System.  One of his achievements was the development of the State of Florida Guardian Ad Litem program.  Bill was a Fellow of the Institute for Court Management.

• He was a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and the U.S. Army Inspector General School, and retired as Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army National Guard after 34 years’ service.

• After retirement, Bill pursued his love of photography with a passion.  He traveled extensively throughout the world in his quest for the “light that dances,” returning with jillions of photos, sharing their beauty and his skill with others on the Internet.

• Bill’s photography website: www.bill.lockharts.com.

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